Today we are announcing the official release of the Sitemason 6 Store and integration with FoxyCart v1.1. The new Store brings with it a slew of new features. Namely, the SM6 interface you already love for managing products, but also support for recurring payments (subscriptions), and better order management. Continue reading to learn how to get started with the Sitemason Store.
The Extraordinary Events That Led to the Sale of Telalink in 1999 - How Thirty Minutes Made All the Difference
Heading into the Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend, we are announcing the release of the Sitemason Status Page located at status.sitemason.com. It's not the most exciting announcement we've ever made, but an extremely important one for transparency and accountability.
Continue reading to learn all about it, and Happy Thanksgiving!
Or, I Never Metadata I Didn't Like
How do you make your blog post or promotional event look great and get more clicks in all those social media platforms? We're talking about the nice image, title, summary and link you see in Facebook posts, Twitter Cards, and Google search results. Keep reading to learn all the great secrets to getting your content noticed on social media.
At Sitemason, we're lucky to work with a lot of really talented design partners. We also work with designers at various stages in their career. When working with beginners, we often see folks with tons of design talent, but sometimes they're a little green when it comes to designing for a successful web project.
After the break we consider design best practices for a project's ultimate success from the view of the client and web developer.
Illustration by Kevin Kennedy, strazi.org
While most websites do not need to be served from a secure connection, it is appropriate in some cases. From a hosting and server perspective, there are several ways to go about hosting a secure site. We've tried them all and Sitemason has chosen to only offer the absolute best method of providing secure sites. Continue reading to hear all about Sitemason's approach to secure website hosting.
It's kind of like high school- who likes whom; who's doing what to get whose attention; whose parents are allowing whom to do what and when with each other. Except no curfews and everyone wanted the geeks.
Tuesday, October 22, 2013